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Thread: Doctors Say Dr. Kelly was Murdered, Launch Legal Action for New Investigation

  1. #11

    Only 1 in 5 believes suicide was reason Dr Kelly died...

    Dr Kelly was the source of BBC's information that the Iraq "dossier" was a "Sexed up" war propogada.
    The official verdict that Dr David Kelly committed suicide has been overwhelmingly rejected by the public.According to an exclusive Mail opinion poll, only one in five people accepts the Hutton Inquiry

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  2. #12

    Dr Kelly: Just one in five believes it was suicide as official cause of death is bran

    James Slack and Miles Goslett
    UK Daily Mail
    Aug 16, 2010

    The official verdict that Dr David Kelly committed suicide has been overwhelmingly rejected by the public.

    According to an exclusive Mail opinion poll, only one in five people accepts the Hutton Inquiry’s finding that the government weapons inspector took his own life.

    The survey also reveals that eight out of ten people want a full inquest. With senior MPs making the same demand, the Coalition is under strong pressure to act.

    It comes as a medical report says it was ‘impossible’ that Dr Kelly bled to death in the way described by the inquiry.

    The study, whose authors include vascular and trauma surgeons, deals with the Hutton report’s finding that Dr Kelly died from loss of blood after cutting a small artery in his wrist.

    Full article here


  3. #13

    Dr David Kelly Was on a Hitlist, Says UN Weapons Expert as Calls Grow for Full Inques

    08-16-2010 01:40 AM

    'A leading UN weapons inspector last night added his voice to the growing clamour for a full inquest into the death of Dr David Kelly. Dr Richard Spertzel claimed Dr Kelly was on a 'hitlist' in the final years of his life. The former head of the UN Biological Section, who worked closely with Dr Kelly in Iraq in the 1990s, has written to Attorney General Dominic Grieve about the 'mysterious circumstances' surrounding the death. The weapons inspector's body was found after he was unmasked as the source of a damaging BBC news report questioning the grounds for the Iraq war.'

    Read more: Dr David Kelly Was on a Hitlist, Says UN Weapons Expert as Calls Grow for Full Inquest

  4. #14

    David Kelly death was ‘textbook suicide’: Autopsy doctor

    UK Daily Mail
    Aug 22, 2010

    The pathologist who performed the autopsy on Dr David Kelly has said his death was a ‘textbook case’ of suicide.

    Nicholas Hunt said he found no signs of murder on the former weapons inspector after an eight-hour examination.

    The Home Office scientist also said he was horrified at the way the Labour government treated Dr Kelly, 59, who was identified as the source of a BBC story claiming the Government ’sexed up’ its now notorious dossier on Iraq’s supposed weapons of mass destruction.

    Mr Hunt said he would welcome a full inquest into Dr Kelly’s death, called for by campaigners who question the suicide verdict recorded in the controversial Hutton Inquiry.

    He told the Sunday Times: ‘I felt very, very sorry for David Kelly and the way he had been treated by the Government… I had every reason to look for something untoward and would dearly love to have found something.

    ‘It was an absolute classic case of self-inflicted injury. You could illustrate a textbook with it.

    Full article here


  5. #15

    British Attorney General moves toward re-opening investigation into mysterious death

    Raw Story
    Thursday, September 2, 2010

    The United Kingdom’s top law enforcement official has taken possession of secret files surrounding the death of a prominent WMD researcher who was found dead in the months after the invasion of Iraq.

    David Kelly, once employed by the British Defense Ministry, was a former UN weapons inspector who had been previously deployed to Iraq. He was found dead in July 2003 about a mile from his home, having ingested more than two dozen pain-killers and with a cut in his left wrist.

    A “Blue Ribbon” inquiry ruled the death a suicide, but skeptics — including several prominent doctors and coroners — challenged the inquiry’s conclusion. They said Kelly could not have taken his own life through such a small cut.

    Others noted that Kelly had been in touch with BBC journalist Andrew Gilligan that month about Britain’s dossier on Iraq’s alleged weapons of mass destruction. He’d also emailed then-New York Times reporter Judith Miller the day before he was found dead. Miller was instrumental to selling the war in the United States, as one of the Times’ top reporters on WMDs. Some elements of Miller’s reporting later turned out to be patently false.

    According to Thursday’s Daily Mail, UK Attorney General Dominic Grieve has assumed possession of “secret files which could trigger an inquest into the death of Dr David Kelly.”

    “For the first time,” the Mail reports, “Mr Grieve is actively seeking the evidence required to hold a new inquiry into the weapons inspector’s death.”

    Full story here.


  6. #16

    Dr David Kelly’s body ‘had obviously been moved’: Paramedic at death scene reveals co

    Matt Sandy
    UK Daily Mail
    Sept 12, 2010

    The paramedic who confirmed the death of Government scientist Dr David Kelly has claimed his body had ‘obviously been moved’ in the minutes after it was found.

    David Bartlett was one of two medics called after the corpse of the weapons expert was discovered in woods near his Oxfordshire home seven years ago. They were among the first on the scene.

    The testimony by the experienced paramedics once again brings into doubt the thoroughness of the Hutton Inquiry – in particular raising questions about why police officers were not asked whether they had touched or moved the body.

    The former weapons inspector was found dead a week after he was outed as the source of BBC claims that the Government had ‘sexed up’ a document claiming Saddam Hussein’s Iraq could deploy weapons of mass destruction in 45 minutes.

    In his interview, 59-year-old Mr Bart*lett discloses a further series of irregularities about that day’s events, putting yet more pressure on the Government to agree to a full inquest into the scientist’s death.

    Full article here


  7. #17

    Law chief orders probe into secret files on death of Dr David Kelly

    James Slack and Miles Goslett
    UK Daily Mail
    Sept 25, 2010

    Secret files on the death of Dr David Kelly will be handed over to medical experts to see if the suicide verdict can be challenged.

    Ministers want independent advice on whether there are any discrepancies or unanswered questions in the post mortem examination report.

    Home Office pathologist Nicholas Hunt concluded the weapons inspector died after cutting a small artery in his wrist. But a group of doctors campaigning for an inquest into Dr Kelly’s death claim he would not have lost enough blood to end his life.

    Attorney General Dominic Grieve wants to establish whether they have a solid case.
    The Mail can reveal the doctors have now begun legal action, calling on Mr Grieve to petition the High Court for an inquest.

    Through their lawyers, Leigh Day & Co, the doctors have listed their reasons in a petition document known as a ‘memorial’.*

    Full article here


  8. #18

    Files say David Kelly wasn’t murdered, but doubts still abound

    Daniel Tencer
    Raw Story
    Oct 23, 2010

    The British whistleblower who was behind revelations that the UK government had “sexed up” a dossier on Iraq before the 2003 invasion did indeed commit suicide, say newly-released medical reports.

    But at least some of the doctors who have called for a full inquiry are skeptical of the results, arguing there is “nothing new” in the years-old post-mortem reports the British government released Friday morning.

    Dr. David Kelly was found dead in a field near his home in Oxfordshire in 2003, shortly after he was revealed to be the source of a BBC leak that accused Tony Blair’s government of exaggerating the threat posed by Saddam Hussein. His death prompted suspicions among many that he may have been killed in retaliation for the leak.

    Kelly himself had predicted he would be “found dead in the woods” if the UK invaded Iraq.

    Full article here


  9. #19

    Kelly’s death ‘was NOT caused by an overdose’: Drugs expert dismisses theory on weapons inspector

    Miles Goslett
    UK Daily Mail
    Nov 1, 2010

    A medical expert claims he has conclusive new evidence that Dr David Kelly’s death could not have been caused – or even hastened – by an overdose of painkillers.

    The post mortem on the weapons expert said he had taken up to 29 tablets of co-proxamol, and the supposed overdose was listed as a contributory cause of death.

    But Dr Andrew Watt, a clinical pharmacologist, said the evidence suggested Dr Kelly could not have taken more than two tablets.

    Dr Watt said he had studied all available material, including the toxicology report published by the Government last week, and used a simple mathematical formula to work out how much co-proxamol had entered his body before death.

    Based on his body weight, the amount of water his body is likely to have contained, and the strength of the tablets, Dr Watt said it was not ‘accurate or reliable’ to suggest Dr Kelly had absorbed more than a ‘therapeutic dose’ of the medicine – in this case about two pills.

    Full article here


  10. #20

    Drug expert claims David Kelly was murdered as he could not have taken overdose

    Miles Goslett and Sue Reid
    UK Daily Mail
    Nov 14, 2010

    Police have been urged to start a murder inquiry into Dr David Kelly’s death following further allegations that he did not commit suicide.

    Officers have been told the government scientist could not have taken an overdose of painkillers.

    This overdose was found by the original pathologist to be one of the causes of his death.

    Dr Andrew Watt, an experienced clinical pharmacologist, says he has told Thames Valley Police it is not possible Dr Kelly could have swallowed more than a ‘safe’ dose of two coproxamol tablets because there was so little in his system after death.

    He said: ‘I reported to the Thames force that I believe that the death of Dr Kelly may have been murder. I have received an acknowledgement and they have given me an incident number.

    ‘I have been told that the inquiry is being conducted by a very senior officer.’
    A second development also casts doubt on the suicide verdict of the Hutton inquiry – which took the place of a formal inquest.

    Full article here


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